Custom Mobile Apps

The UCLA Mobilize Labs team can help you with your mobile needs

The UCLA Mobilize Labs Team can help with all of your Mobile needs...

Want to communicate with your Department better, on the go, and without them having to sift through hundreds of emails?  Try ZAP and build a department app to deliver your critical messages to your audiences directly on their mobile devices.  Want to use an app to collect research data for your project, write us into your grants, we have worked with PIs on NIH, NSF and VA grants!  Have other ideas you want to try, get in touch at

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No-code mobile app platform

The Zenith App Platform (ZAP) lets you build your own Mobile App and refresh your content in real time

OARC’s Mobilize Labs team has the ability to design, build and deliver content driven customized mobile apps.  To do this we utilize a platform that the group created called the Zenith App Platform (or ZAP). ZAP leverages open source JavaScript frameworks to simultaneously construct both iOS and Android native apps that can be maintained more easily than coding directly in native code.  In addition, ZAP is architected, to allow apps to dynamically pull data from the web-based ZAP Platform .  Data that gets updated in the web ZAP platform is dynamically deployed to the apps when they are opened on a native device.  This is useful, because it means that clients can keep content in a native app fresh and not have to re-code, resubmit and update native apps just to display refreshed data. 

Mobilize Labs Services - Strategy, Design, Development & QA

Mobilize Labs builds Research Apps with Sensor integration

OARC’s Mobilize Labs team has partnered with many researchers at UCLA and has experience working on NSF, NIH and VA grants.  The apps we build feature mobile data collection, Ecological Momentary Assessment (or EMA)  delivery of survey instruments at scheduled and random times.  We have integrated wearable devices, several different Bluetooth devices, Air quality sensors as well as many others.  We have extensive experience developing suppression algorithms so as to not over burden research participants.  Let us know if you want to learn more at 

PRISMS App is an example of Mobile Edge Computing


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